This line wasn't disgorged by an Antifa group, but by Teen Vogue "labor columnist" and NPR correspondent Kim Kelly. Kelly likened the now-deceased terrorist (shot by police), Willem Van Spronsen, to WWII partisans who fought the Nazis.
She's not alone. Columnist and Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King called the 69-year-old Van Spronsen the "first martyr attempting to liberate imprisoned refugees," implying that he was like John Brown, the abolitionist who led the Harpers Ferry raid in 1859.
Also, incredibly, Van Spronsen — a self-identified Antifa member who attacked the Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma, Washington, on Saturday armed with an AR-15 rifle and incendiary devices — "appears to have been part of a May 5 episode of CNN's United Shades of Americawith W. Kamau Bell," reports Fox News.
Bell called the Antifa terrorists "'good guys,' going to a gun range with members and even questioning why 'more white people' don't share their viewpoints." Bell also could be seen on the show admiring one Antifa member's weapons (Monday Fox News segment on CNN and Bell below).